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- November 25, 2009 at 8:52 pm #31260
I completed an Asda application form from a local xmas jobs fair and got a phone call today saying i have got an interview next week and could you guys help me on that?
Can anyone tell me about the interview process? thank youNovember 25, 2009 at 9:05 pm #34037
First you do the group interview. There will be about 10 people in the group, youall sitting around a big table and had name badges on.
You will to talk tothe person next to us for five minutes and learn a bit about them, then introduced them to the rest of the group.
Basically yousay their name, a bit about them, where they live bla bla and whythey want to work at asda. You then get into little groups and do agroup task. Task could be writing a song about dogs or cats etc. however I heard that some people buildt a bridge out of newspapers and thingslike that, basically team work exercises.
The main thing is – theywatch the way you interact so don’t go in there and take over, you needto talk and give your thoughts and listen to other peoples. Make sureyour team works together and includes everyone.
you will have to do a numeracy test as well which is very straight forward too.
My advice for you is go in there and be confident but also listen and take onboard what other people say and do. Be a team player because that’swhat one of the main things ASDA and others look for.
Once you have done the group interview you will have an individualinterview.
good luck everyone.December 1, 2010 at 11:32 pm #34038
Asda application form http://forums.learnist.org/jobs/asda-job-application-form/
Asda group interview http://forums.learnist.org/interviews/asda-group-interview/
Asda job vacancies https://www.learnist.org/asda-job-vacancies/
Asda opening times https://www.learnist.org/asda-opening-times/
good luck with asda interview!January 5, 2011 at 12:04 pm #34039
Plase , Can someone send em Asda aplication form ? :-* ;DMarch 18, 2011 at 9:56 am #34040
Asda interview was 7 managers including night mgrs ,duty mgrs and myself convenience mgr. After we introduced each other we were given tasks on the shop floor mines was 3 good 3 bad about the produce dept, the assessor is watching and writing down what you are doing.Back in the training room we had to write them all down, my down fall part 1 was as a convenience manager I took control of the meeting, don’t get to involved , listen to other people and make sure everyone is involved.We also had a interview at the end my downfall part 2 they never told us what the vacancy was until we were ready to go home I thought it was a convenience managers job with Netto UK as they bought them out last year again to much about convenience stores. Ask what the vacancy is at the interview .Asda want good listeners, team players, and write plenty of notes on the paper they give youMarch 22, 2011 at 10:15 pm #34041
plz send me asda application form
thanksApril 2, 2011 at 11:43 pm #34042
Could somebody send me the application form to firstname.lastname@example.org as I am unable to download it from the link given. Thank you.November 23, 2012 at 10:45 am #34043
Its getting near Christmas again, would be a good time to apply to ASDA to see if they have any temporary christmas vacanies. You can find if you do well with a christmas job that it gets extended after and you could be taken on permDecember 23, 2012 at 4:21 pm #34044
A friend of mine currently works for Asda, and says it’s a very good company to work for.
Last year, she was a Christmas temp and wasn’t successful when they decided to keep people on after the Christmas period. However, she applied for a position at Asda a couple of months later and got the job. Because she’d had the training at Christmas, she had an advantage over the other interviewees.
Even if you’re looking for a long-term position at Asda, applying for one of the Christmas temp positions has its benefits.
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